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  • Virtual healing

    Your Guide to a Safe and Swift Hospital Stay

    You just received a text: your loved one is in the hospital.  With coronavirus rampant, the hectic hospital circumstances are real Read more

  • Healthy Dad Sick Dad

    Healthy Dad Sick Dad

    In Healthy Dad, Sick Dad, Dr. Glen N. Robison shares his personal journey with two very similar fathers who's aging stories were drastically different. Read more

  • It's About Time

    It's About Time!

    In It's About Time, David Smith chronicles his thirty-plus-year journey in senior living. Read more

  • The Thin Ledge

    The Thin Ledge

    In this profoundly honest memoir, Daniel Shapiro shares the reality of the fifteen years he spent living and caring for his wife while also single handedly raising their three young children. Read more

  • Senior Care by Design

    Senior Care By Design

    Senior Care By Design, the Better Alternative to Institutional Assisted Living & Memory Care, takes readers on a journey from understanding to opportunity. Read more

  • Amazing Grace

    Amazing Grace

    A Father’s Lost Letters and Teachings. A Daughter’s Rediscovered Christian Faith. Read more

  • The Caregiver's Companion

    The Caregiver's Companion

    Everything you need to know to ensure that your elderly loved one is being properly cared for. Read more

  • Mom's Gone Missing

    Mom’s Gone Missing

    Mom’s Gone Missing is not a how-to book.  It’s a here’s-what-unfolded book, a daughter’s experience with a father’s decade-long Alzheimer’s journey and a mother’s lightning fast dementia decline and both of their deaths. Read more

  • Sudden Caregiver

    The Sudden Caregiver

    The Sudden Caregiver: A Roadmap for Resilient Caregiving is a practical and proven guide, a roadmap, and a source of comfort for anyone who is caring for a loved one, Read more

  • Falling Through the Cracks: An insider's guide to how the US healthcare system will cripple you.

    Falling Through the Cracks

    Navigating hospitals and rehab settings can be tricky and downright dangerous. But maintaining function is vital for health. Read more

  • When Caregiving Calls

    When Caregiving Calls

    Caring for a parent, spouse, or relative who cannot care for themselves due to age, infirmity, or illness is one of the noblest human activities. It’s also one of the most stressful... Read more

  • Plan for Aging Well

    Plan for Aging Well

    We are doing aging wrong. Our medical and healthcare systems are reactive, not proactive, and emphasize interventions that treat only our body. But we are more than just our bodies... Read more

  • A Guide for Caregiving: What's Next?

    A Guide for Caregiving: What's Next

    As baby boomers care for their aging parents and set their own long-term goals, many are faced with caregiving for the first time. Author, Tina M. Marreli offers support and information,,, Read more

  • When Family Calls

    When Family Calls

    Caroline H. Sheppard shares her story with lessons learned and how she was called to oversee the care of five different family members over a fifteen year period from afar. Read more

  • Caregiver Success

    Caregiver Success

    "Caregiver Success" is a 365-page how-to picture book filled with practical tips and medical tools created by an experienced home care nurse practitioner. Read more

  • Home Health Aide Guidelines for Care

    Home Health Aide: Guidelines for Care

    The population is aging, fast. According to the Pew Research Center, over 10,000 people per day turn 65. As more older adults remain at home or other home-like settings, the need for competent and compassionate aides has never been greater. Read more

  • Forget Remember

    Forget "Remember"

    Forget “Remember”, is for the care provider of someone living with dementia.  This book is focused on maintaining the Quality of Life, an optimistic and loving support style, and a focus on respecting the dignity of their patient. Read more

  • I'll Have it Mya Way

    I'll Have It My Way

    Healthcare in America is not healthcare it is a $3.5 trillion industry where the legacy players--hospitals, physician groups, BigPharma and insurance companies... Read more

  • I'll Have It God's Way

    I'll Have It God's Way

    The I’ll Have It God’s Way six-session Bible study is designed to be used with a small group. However, you can use it personally or engage your family as a group. Read more

  • What does it feel like to die

    What Does It Feel Like to Die?

    An essential roadmap for helping the dying cope, and the tools for understanding and compassion. A reflective, even counterintuitive look at the journey at life’s end. Read more

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